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FOX News
Sep 8, 2010 3:00pm EDT
, everybody. i appreciate it. tomorrow on the program, ed rendell. i'm meg gi megyn kelly. >> arlington, texas. six flags over texas and as he mentioned the water is just coming through in unbelievable force. look at that. these pictures courtesy of kdfw, fox 4 for the dallas metro. arlington is right between fort worth and dallas. south of interstate 30. north of interstate 20. and the flooding is stunning to see. trace gallagher in los angeles and watching it along with us as is our meteorologist in the weather center. who is in there today? rick reichmuth is there. rick, this thing is nuts. >> incredible. you know what, get a storm like this. came out of no where, hermine and was not over the water a long time before making landfall. this area doesn't get this kind of rain this often and some areas have seen over 12 inches of rain and a lot of areas five to eight inches. a vast area normally extremely dry and when the ground is that dry it doesn't absorb the water it runs off quickly and that is what we are seeing. there is a lot more rain still to be had across texas and it is slowly movin
ABC
Sep 28, 2010 6:00pm EDT
across the country. arlington county supervisors met this afternoon to talk about immigration enforcement. what did the county decided? >> the county decided to separate itself from the rest of the state. police in virginia curley provide information to ice and homeland security. moments ago, arlington became the first county in virginia to drop out in what has become a controversial program. [applause] thank arlington leaders in aniston -- arlington leaders unanimously pass legislation. >> the established relationship between the police and the community spirit >> the commonwealth of virginia sign on to the national program to 87 g. but information sharing agreement with the federal government. >> i do not think it is a violation of our rights. if you are arrested for something you did wrong, it is ok appeared >> -- it is okay. >> they use this to intimidate immigrant workers and abuse them. >> i work with immigrants. there bric-a-brac to enrich our country, -- they are breaking their back to a richer country, often at minimum wage, and even less than that. >> the police should not be us
NBC
Sep 16, 2010 5:00am EDT
arlington. his family plans to seek federal legislation so that his remains can be moved from arlington to a cemetery near the familyome in canton, ohio. >>> military honors for bill cosby. cosby was among the recipients of the lone sailor awards last night at the tional museum. the award honors national sailors who served in the sea services. cosby is a navy veteran. former nfl quarterback ed la barren also received the award. he served with the marines, and lanier phillips was honored for beinghe first african-american sonar technician i the navy. and of course our own joe krebs is a navy veteran. >> briefly, yes. remarkable couple of years. a long time ago. stay with us, we've got "news 4 today" continues right now at 5:00. >> breaking news, three people are dead in an overnight crash involving an ambulance. we are live with dails. >> good morning, i'm joe krebs. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome to "news 4 today" for this thursday, september 16th, 2010. we want to take a live look outside right now. it is 65 degrees. a cool, refreshing morning. another autumn day. tom says clou
FOX
Sep 16, 2010 11:00pm EDT
a close eye on that. >>> horror at one of the nation's most prestigeous hospitals, a man from arlington distraught over the condition of his mother pulled out a gun her doctor. the alleged gunman then ran back into the room, shot his mother and turned the gun on him. fox 5's bob barnard is live in baltimore tonight with what we're learning about the suspect. bob. >> reporter: brian, there's still some confusion tonight over his name. police initially identified him as warren davis because of the bracelet hospital issued bracelet on his wrist, then came back and said his name was paul warren pardus. whatever his name, he touched off some terrifying moments here today. for a little more than two hours thursday one of the nation's most prestigeous hospitals became an uncertain crime scene with shots fired inside baltimore's johns hopkins hospital. >> we're from a small town in tennessee. so it's mind boggling. things like this, you know, live on a little farm. >> reporter: baltimore police say just after 11 a.m. a doctor was shot in the hallway on the eighth floor. the alleged gunman, the
CBS
Sep 15, 2010 7:00pm EDT
and talk more about hurricane igor. >>> and coming up on 9 news now, more mistakes at arlington. one family facing the pain of exhuming their son. >>> but up next, could it finally really be over the a date set for that broken oil well to be sealed off forever. stay with us. chevy chase bank is becoming capital one bank. with the most locations in the dc area, we figured they could use our help. ♪ down a bit. too much. [ crowd cheering ] [ grunts ] [ garth ] capital one bank. now with the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet? >>> we may finally get to stop talking about that broken bp oil well in the gulf. government officials say it should be sealed off and dead by sunday. workers are expected to complete the relief well in the next 24 hours and after that they'll pump in mud and cement to kill it. sunday would mark five months since the bp oil rig explosion killed 11 people and caused the leak. >>> for the third straight day, public transportation bus drivers in prince george's county are off the job, out on strike. and as a result, all 26 routes are running with
ABC
Sep 17, 2010 4:30am EDT
at this home in arlington, did everything for his ailing mother, jean davis. she has suffered from back pain for many years. a recent surgery proved unsuccessful. during a conversation with a surgeon, dr. david cohen at that point, he became overcome with emotion and pulled out a hand gun and shot the doctor in the abdomen and barricaded himself and his mother in his mother's room and shot his mother and then killed himself. his mother was confined to the bed. after about three hours they were able to get into the room. they found jean davis of course dead as well as paul pardon us. -- par duss. they were able to get the situation under control. john hopkins was under lockdown for quite sometime. several areas of the building were evacuated and coming up in our next half-hour we'll hear from pardus' half brother who talks about coping with the death of his half brother and now the death of his mother. >> the brother of gunman paul pardus spoke to us about what may have driven his brother to open fire inside johns hopkins hospital. he lives in arlington. his mother was from virginia, which is
NBC
Sep 16, 2010 4:30am EDT
inland, it's just near 60 in many locations. inntgomery, arlington, fairfax and prince george's counties. right now temperatures are right nea60 derees. weather watchers checking in fr westrn maryland, and much of west virginia. it's down into the 50s there this morning. eastern shore away from the waters and the low 60s now. the view from space showing a few of these clouds that are beginning from the west. and th increase from an area of low pressure that's passingover the great lakes region. the trailing front from that is spreading some rain into the ohio valley. here's the latest now with the tropics. we have tropical srm karl that is now moving toward southern mexico and of course, powerful hurricane igor here out in the central atlantic, and east of there is hurricane julia. jul, the category 3 hurricane. igor still a category 4 hurricane. winds at 145 miles an hour, it's a monster hurricane. but thankfully, it's still taking a track that's going to probably take it east of bermuda, keeping it over the open waters of the atlantic. for the rest of this day, temperatures climbing to
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 5:00am EDT
from arlington naked with more tis morning. good morning, megan. >> reporter: well, good morning, joe. this standoff began with the shooting of a doctor and ended when the gunman fatally shot his mother in the hospital bed and turned the gun on himself. today we're learning more about what may have i motivated 50-year-old paul partis to take some violent action. their 84-year-old mother had health problems. she recently had surgery and would probably never walk again. the brother believes partis thought their mother was suffering, didn't want to see her live like that, and when the doctor delivered badnews, he snapped. they lived in arlington. neighbors say it's hard to believe that a son who took such good care of his mother would ultimately take her life. >> he lived with his mother until she took ill. then he stayed at the hospital with her. it's really hard to believe. it's so hard to believe. >> every day come home a take her to the doctor, every day. i guess he took her to the nursing thing or whatever. i can't believee shot her. oh. i can't believe this. this is crazy. >> repor
FOX
Sep 15, 2010 10:00pm EDT
't a disturbing admission, several soldiers discovered buried in the wrong graves at arlington national. >>> it's resistant to antibiotics and it could make your entire family sick. find out what's being done to curb the latest super bug before it spreads. will. >>> a local couple taking their culinary dreams to the next level. we have the sweet secrets to their success coming up. >> looks tasty. keep it right here. you're watching fox 5 news at 10:00 and we are just getting started. >> you know i'm brian, right? >> i wasn't calling you will. t america needs clean energy, and america needs jobs. wind power can deliver on both - but only if the senate encourages investment by passing a strong renewable electricity standard. with a strong res, we can keep 85,000 wind power workers on the job, and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs, too. jobs that america could really use right now. for american jobs, tell your senators to pass a renewable electricity standard today. >>> you saw it play out only on fox 5, the primary night waiting game for the d.c. mayor's race. >> the race for d.c. mayor a
ABC
Sep 17, 2010 5:00am EDT
an arlington man opens fire killing his mother and wounding her doctor. you'll hear from the gunman's brother. >> a big storm hits the big apple. find out what draws the city to a stand still coming up. >> and is more rain in the weekend forecast? "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins right now. >> good morning washington. thank you for joining us. it is 5:00 today. >> great to have you here with us. we begin with your traffic and weather every 10 minutes. here is adam caskey. how is this friday shaping up for us? >> still a little damp outside. we had the rain showers last night. the clouds hung around. it is going to take a while for the clouds to break up. we're still a little damp. take a look at some of the rainfall totals. you can see myersville had almost .08 inch of rain. some beneficial rain. most of us has under .2. >> we have lanes open on the belt way. we're in good shape to start the rush hour from college park to bethesda. the crash that occurred after 10:00 last night has now been cleared away. lanes are open once again. the beltway is open to traffic. on the
NBC
Sep 28, 2010 11:00pm EDT
stevens today. he was buried at arlington national cemetary this morning. he was a world war ii veteran before he went on to be the longest serving republican in the u.s. senate. steven and others were killed in a plane crash last month. >>> a bipartisan bill proposed in the senate today would hold arlington national cemetary accountable to congress as it fixes errors in burial records. a congressional hearing last month revealed more than 6600 graves may be unmarkedr mislabeled. the proposed bill requires the army to correct past errors, to change the way contracts are done, and to reach t to family members of those buried in arlington. it also calls for an evaluation to determine whether the veterans affairs department should run the cemetary. >>> still ahe on news4 at 11:00, new details about a terror spot that has western europe on alert. >>> a tricky time trying to reach a man who fell down a well full of sewage. >>> we'll take you to the grand reopening of a country music shrine. >>> jim, coming up in sports, steven strasburg talks for the first time about his season-ending surger
CBS
Sep 15, 2010 4:30am EDT
arlington is our warm spot at 64. an for today looking at temperatures up to 70 by 9:00. noontime 77 and 81 for the drive home. highs 81 to 84 with a northwest wind at five to ten. looking good. angie, can you top it with traffic? >> the answer is simple, no. right now a good amount of utility work and construction out there. right now you want to watch for eastbound silver hill road at silver park drive. we are losing a couple of lanes. traveling 95 from 175 to 32 you will find a stretch of roadwork on the road but should be clearing in the next 30 minutes. math sailing 95 to 270. no complaints. in virginia, 66 eastbound appears to be moving well out of manassas to inside the beltway. 95 northbound, also checking out okay from the beltway to the 18th street bridge and 95, before that, we are looking at a one hour drive from fredericksburg to the springfield spore change. back to you. primary day 2010 has come and gone and there's major changes in our region. specifically in the district of columbia. the citizens of dc voted and mayor fenty has been defeated by vincent gray. with
NBC
Sep 15, 2010 6:00pm EDT
in 2006 were at arlington national cemetery today. to exhume his body. scott warner said he was concerned his son was buried in the wrong spot. all of this in the wake of a scandal thatound hundreds of graves were unmarked or mislabeled. jane watrel has our report. >> reporter: in america's hallowed ground, section 60 of arlington national cemetery is the final resting police for those who died in iraq. private first class heath warr was buried here in 2006. four years later his family is at arlington to make sure their son was in the right plot. he is so missed. and our family, even after going on four years, this transition from being a family of five to four, we still don't have our arms around it. >> reporter: the warners say they gotworried in the wake of the cemetery scandal that broke in june. investigators found over 200 graves that were unmarkedÑi or mislabeled. arlington offials exhumed the marine's body and the warners re able to identify their son by his distinct tattoo. >> it means kill evil instantly. heath was a team from fighter. e was a freedom fighter. he had a greater
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 4:30am EDT
. nursultan in fairfax, arlington, prince william, loudoun, and stafford counties as well as the city of alexandria, falls church, manassas, manassas park, and fredericksburg. many school systems will be dealing with an influx of new students, budgets, and salary freezes. tuesday morning, turning to the mayor's race. incumbent adrian fenty secured another major endorsement. the washington examiner endorsed him, citing his record on safety, education, and improved service. the endorsement comes a week before the primary and in the midst of early voting. >>> police are looking for two men in connection with a violent home invasion robbery in woodbridge. seven people in the house, including a newborn baby, when two masked men entered through an unlocked door. the victim wanted their identity protected. >> they took everything i own and everything i saved for. >> this is where they hit me with a pistol and the gun went off. >> no one was shot during the robber left seconds before and william county police arrived. >>> a fest-moving fire tore through bonds housing resources. it's broken a
ABC
Sep 16, 2010 11:00pm EDT
exclusively with us about what may have driven his brother to open fire. he lived in arlington, where he looked -- where he worked for financial access. his mother was from remington, virginia. >> his brother, his neighbors in arlington, they all said the same thing. he loved his mother and could not stand to see her suffer. >> he cuts is an old photo of his mother tonight. he is surrounded by memories. >> i lost my mother and my brother. >> his mother had been suffering for the last couple of years. his brother was always there to help. >> he tried to help her. >> he often had his mother with him in his arlington home. neighbors say he was clearly a devoted son. >> he was very close with his mother. >> despite his work driving the elderly for metro access, neighbors say he would make time to take his mother to see a back specialist. he actually attended medical school himself for a while. >> the doctors told attempt? the operation was unsuccessful. he thought she was not going to be able to walk again. >> that is what he thinks drove his brother to take such drastic measures. >> he just
ABC
Sep 22, 2010 6:00pm EDT
that cars pollute. >>> still to come, a noise problem. folks in arlington are buzzing over military choppers. >> storms heading our way. doug hill is back with the forecast. >> the redskins are saying all the right things in the locker room. i have the latest on trent williams boss: and now i'll turn it over to the gecko. gecko: ah, thank you, sir. as we all know, geico has been saving people money on rv, camper and trailer insurance... ...as well as motorcycle insurance... gecko: oh...sorry, technical difficulties. boss: uh...what about this? gecko: what's this one do? gecko: um...maybe that one. ♪ dance music boss: ok, let's keep rolling. we're on motorcycle insurance. vo: take fifteen minutes to see how much you can save on motorcycle, rv, and camper insurance. >>> military helicopters are making a racket in arlington. >> some residents are lobbying for new height restrictions. >> for 10 years that sound has been the bane of this person's existence. >> sometimes you cannot carry on a conversation with somebody. >> the helicopters flying overhead 10-20 times a day. >> we are here at the
FOX
Sep 15, 2010 6:00pm EDT
, the army reveals shocking information about a mix-up at arlington national. >> take a look at this horse. you can see its bones are protruding. it's one of 53 horses seized from a farm in martinsburg, west virginia. the horse is malnourished and left with no food and water. all from a farm that was supposed to rescue them. >>> and a virginia man accused of sexual assault. how he used the popular website to lure his alleged victim.  >> a fox 5 exclusive now. police have made an arrest in a series of armed robberies in college park. this is surveillance video of 19-year-old shanure zha. this shows zha using a victim's credit card and is charged in one of the robberies. this is -- there is this video of other suspects involved in other cases. >> as you can see,y that attempting to purchase items in the store and then they will go to that cash register use the victim's credit card. >> there are three cases together and this isvo from the third. obviously, there are many suspects involved here and awful them are considered armed and dangerous. >>> the news edge in virginia, where loudoun
FOX
Sep 15, 2010 11:00pm EDT
gravesites at arlington national cemetery. >>> something that hasn't happened in decades, a living soldier about to receive the medal of honor and now we're hearing from the hero for the first time. a few of the stories we're working on the news edge, back right after this. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00.  >>> the graveside controversy continues at arlington national cemetery. today new details from the army that three burial sites opened last month had the wrong remains. it comes after investigations into bookkeeping problems and burial mix-ups. an ohio family came to washington today to make sure their family was buried in the correct site. marine private first class heath warner's remains were exhumed and correctly identified. >> i said the desecration stops today and that's what i hope happens and i know that's melissa's hope is that the honor and dignity of arlington is restored. >> after positively identifying the body, the warners had heath reburied. earlier this summer a senate subcommittee reported as many as 6,600 graves at arlington may be unmarked,
CBS
Sep 23, 2010 4:30am EDT
in arlington may have to shell out extra cash to build or renovate their highway patrols. the county is looking at recommendations to improve energy efficiency. lindsey mastis opening the books on a new home where people have paid a lot of green to stay green. >> this 5,000 square foot house is the home of the future at least in arlington. it is 45% more energy efficient but comes with a price. >> we spent $40,000 on windows and doors. >> reporter: andrew moore says standard windows would have cost 15 grand. he spent another $6,000 on the solar water heater and $8,000 on water fixtures. $6,000 more. >> there will be less than four cups of water that need to come from the hot water heater to the fixture. >> reporter: in arlington a community energy plan recommends new homes and remodels be 30% more energy efficient starting in 2015. the plan has not been approved, but county board chairman says he hopes building codes change to match those recommendations. >> there's an effort nationally to improve the building code energy efficiency by 30%. >> 30% is a hard number to get to. >> he says he spent
Univision
Sep 16, 2010 1:00am EDT
nacional de arlington descubrio tres cadaveres en tumbas equivocadas el ejercito que abrio tres tumbas el mes pasado y hallo que los restos en cada una de ellas habian sido depositados en tumbas que no correspondian el descubrimiento tiene lugar despues de una investigacion sobre problemas contables y entierros equivocados en arlington a pedido de su padre, se abrio hoy la tumba y el feretro del infante de marina heath warner de canton, ohio... se determino que la tumba efectivamente contenia los restos de warner, que murio en irak en el 2006... un hombre que intento esperand la luz del semaforo cambiara a verde, es buscado por la policia de fairfax.. ocurrio hace una semana a las cuatro y media de la tarde en la interseccion de la lee highway y merrilee drive, en merrifield... el sujeto quien dijo estar armado, es hispano, de alrededor de 25 años de edad, delgado, cabello negro, bigote liviano, pecas o manchas en la cara, y un espacio entre sus dientes del centro.. vestia una camiseta muy olgada y jeans, y conducia un sedan eado.. si ha visto al sospechoso llaem al 703-691-2131...
Univision
Sep 23, 2010 11:00pm EDT
>estamos tratando de hacer un convenio con la policia de arlington y de washington dc para tratar de que nuestras licencias cuando va un norteamericano a bolivia puede usar su licencia por mas de seis meses la ley dice esto estamos tratando de que esto tambien se puedade seminarios que comienza apartir de hoy y noviembre tambien tratara temas como la relacion bolivia estaunidos la situacion economica en el pais andino ytambien el tema de climatico esto con la finalidad dese a conocer arlington virginia josangel aguirre univision ho vivienesta tarde en o de prince el siniestro se desato dedor de las cinco y 15 en tillett loop, la di, en la ciudd manassas.. once personas han quedado dazadasun portavoz del departamento de bomberos indico que el viento ayudo a extender las llamas... la causa del siniestro continuan bajo investigacion.. una auditoria efectuadal departamento de transportacion de virginia revelo que una inactiva burocracia dejo cerca de 500-millones de dolares sin gastar el ano pasado, para las areas de descanso interestatal y proyectos de mantenimiento...el secretario de transpo
Univision
Sep 28, 2010 11:00pm EDT
arlington virginia se aprobo una nueva resolucion de 6 apartados que rechaza categoricamente el programa de comunidades seguras estamos rechazando esta iniciativa de co seguras y pidiendole al departamento de inmigracion de que deletreen exactamente cual es el proceso para oficialmente salirse de este acuerdo en la cual nos han forzado se parte no tuvimos la opinion no hubo ningun proceso publico de repente nos dieron este programa sin habernos pedifo nuestra opinion construyan comunidades no deporten inmigrantes fue el mensaje que varios jornaleros portaban en el salon del concejo y que esta vez sus peticiones fueron escuchadas hasta que hubo un dia de que nos van a tratar cono una persona no como animales pero los jovenes estudiantes no celebran una victoria migratoria ya que aun queda pendiente el sueÑo americano atravez del acta de ensueÑo que ha enfrenveses pues todos los jovenes estamos esperando que algo similar de lo que esta pasando ahorita en arlington suceda lamentable el dream act no
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 6:00am EDT
are on the scene right now. >>> hospital shooting. we're learning mor about the arlington man who shot a doctor at johns hopkins before turning the gun on his mother and himself. >>> prison meeting. the mother of natalee holloway travels to peru to come face to face with a man suspected of killing her daughter. >>> good morning to you. i'm joe krebs. the rain has stopped around the region. we have 69 degrees. let's find out whether they will get any more rain today or perhaps into the weekend. >> here's tom. good morning to you. >> we certainly could use some. we got some beneficial rain orth and west of washington. most of the metro area now drying out. less than 0.1 in the area. right nows we look at the temperatures on this friday morni, it's a mild start to this friday in the wake of the rain from overnight. right now temperature at the national airport is 71. in the upper 60s in prince george's county and arlington county, montgomery and fairfax now mid-60s. radar scanning the sky there may be one sinkle there. we see the little blue speck near warrenton. and the rainfall totals not much a
FOX
Sep 16, 2010 6:00am EDT
grave at arlington national cemetery. we'll talk with the family of one fallen marine who went to see if their son was buried in the right place. we'll tell what you happened when fox 5 news comes right back. >> ...berber carpet. it was a whole bowl of stew. nooo. why? i could have saved this one. i could have saved this one. ♪ call 1-800-steemer  >>> craigslist has terminated its adult services listings. the popular online crass identified web site has been under pressure from law enforcement officials saying it facilitated prostitution. not sure if it just applies to craigslist in the u.s. or worldwide. >>> loudoun county police have chargeed a 34-year-old man with sexual assault. investigators say john evans meat a woman on the dating web site eharmony in june. she came to his house where officers say he assaulted her. they are concerned there may be more victims would have not come forward. they are urged to do soviet. >>> a so-called cold flooded killer has learned his fate. tommy whack has been sentenced to 30 years behind bars. police used his cell phone records, d
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 5:00pm EDT
:00. >>> in the hot seat on capitol hill. >>> plus, a controversy at arlington national cemetery. >>> and firetrucks slams into a metrobus in northwest, d.c., sending 22 people >>> a fire truck slammed into the side of a metrobus this afternoon, sending 22 people to the hospital. >> this happened in northwest. they say the bus driver apparently did not hear the siren. stephen tschida joins us with the latest from the scene. >> the bus was heading south down 14th street, when the fire truck came through this intersection. tonight, investigators are trying to figure out how this crash haven't -- happened. >> rescue workers loaded up those. more than one dozen on the bus and four firefighters ended up in the hospital. >> i thought he was dead, but i think he is alive. >> the injuries, including that to the bus driver, are not said to be life-threatening. still, those on board described a chaotic and frightening scene after the collision. >> i fall on the floor, so i just woke up, and the guy helping us to get up. >> fire officials say the truck had been dispatched for a pedestrians struck by a vehicle.
CNN
Sep 17, 2010 9:00am EDT
't ever seem to get a break, either, because of this. even arlington national cemetery hasn't had their backs. with dumped tombstones, mismarked graves, missing burial records and outdated maps, a senate panel has claimed as many as 6600 graves might be marked wrong, not marked at all or mislabeled on the maps. now an ohio couple heard about all of this and wondered if their son, marine private heath warner were buried in the right place, in the grave they would be visiting for the rest of their days. they went to arlington this week and had the army actually exhume his body. as grisly and painful as that was, they were fortunate. last month, another family had the same fears and they were confirmed. turned out their hero was in the wrong place. private warner was killed in iraq in late 2006. he was 19 years old. he wanted to be buried at arlington. his father said when they laid their son to rest that day among the heroes, the honor matched the grief. after taking their son's remains out of the grave four years later and revisiting that pain, honor and grief have turned to outrag
NBC
Sep 15, 2010 5:00pm EDT
. four years later, his family is at arlington to make sure their son was in the rht plot. >> it was honoring heath and make sure that he had the dignity that he was buried where we were told he was buried. >> reporter: they said they got worried in the wake of the scandal that broke in june. investigators found oh 200 graves that were unmard or mislabeled. arlington officials exhume the marine's body and the warners were able to identify their son by his distinct tattoo. >> it is a japanese kanji and it means kill evil instantly. he was a freedom fighter and it was in his heart. he had a greater love for everyone else than himself. >> reporter: this is the second time a service member has be exhumed at arlington due to a family request. the first one was a few weeks ago. when the widow of an army staff sergeant wanted to be sure her husband was buried in the correct grave. arlington officials discovered the staff sergeant wasburied in the wrong grave. and that tw other plots were also mismarked. official say after 6,600 graves may be affecd. >> we'll continue to work with
NBC
Sep 29, 2010 6:00am EDT
immigration issues. immigration rights supporters want arlington county police to stop sharing criminal and immigration history of people in custody. it violates the rights of those here legally and undocumented. board member walter tejada said there are beliefs it will lead to distrust in the community. virginia implemented the program earlier this year. >>> well, the u.s. senate is proping a new bipartisan bill that would hold arlington nationacemetery in fixing errors in burial records. it requires the army the right past errors and reach out to family members of those buried at arlington. it will also determine whether the office of veterans affairs should run the cemetery rather than the u.s. army. a congressional hearing last month revealed 6,600 graves may be unmarked or mislabeled. >>despite another massive barn fire business will be conducted as usual at the livestock exchange we're told. it beg late monday night in a barn where cattle were kept. 200 cows were inside at the time. crews were able to free most of them but 16 did die. the livestock exchange is a fixture in virgini
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00am EDT
work on the beltway at virginia and arlington boulevard, the traffic is able to get through. you can see that flashing light under the g.e. in georgia. traffic is very light in volume but they are still out there working for the morning. now, the news desk. >> thank you much. at 5:01, our top story, a man is behind bars this morning facing child pornography possession charges. even more disturbing, mark barget spent hours interacting with children all over northern virginia during his side job as a wrestling referee. a case of dumb luck, pretty much. >> that's right. in fact, some would say it was just sheer chance that he has now been charged with counties of child pornography. this has been troubling for parents because for eight years barget was working with jackson major high and high school students. his the house next door burned down and while firefighters performed a check of his home, they found pornography. he judged wrestling matches and performed skin checks on students throughout northern virginia. the wrestler's association, which is contracted by the school district, s
CBS
Sep 22, 2010 7:00pm EDT
sign up to save money and cut down on stress and pollution. >>> well people in arlington may have to shell out extra cash if they want to renovate or build a new home. county is looking at recommendations to improve energy efficiency and lindsey mastis opened the book on a brand new home where folks have paid a lot of green to stay green. >> reporter: this 5,000 square foot house is the home of the future. at least in arlington. it's 45% more energy efficient. but it comes with a price. >> we spent about $40,000 on windows and doors. >> reporter: andrew moore of arlington designer homes said standard windows could have cast $15,000. he spent another $6,000 on this silver water heater, versus $1,000. and $8,000 on water fixtures. about $6,000 more. >> there will be less than four cups of water that need to come from the hot water heater to get to the fixture. >> reporter: in arlington, a community energy plan recommends new homes and remodels be 30% more energy efficient starting in 2015. the plan has not been approved, but county board chairman jay fizzette said he hopes building
CBS
Sep 27, 2010 12:00pm EDT
're looking at ponding on the roads. you see it in bethesda, arlington, rockville, gaithersburg, headed to damascus. even on 29 as you are coming out of montgomery into howard county, we are seeing heavy showers lifting off to the north. on the weather computer there's a large area of rain and thunderstorms extending from the northern gulf of mexico through the south right toward us. we've had some breaks, but we're also looking at potentially some of our best rainfall we've seen in months with maybe two, three inches by the time this system pulls away. locally more. we also after threat tonight, especially later today and tonight, for severe weather. some of these storms could contain damaging winds, and an isolated tornado is not out of the question. topper will have more coming up tonight. i will be back in a few. a look at that seven-day forecast and october's coming, and so is some cooler weather. >>> there is new intention in the middle east as talks between israelis and palestinians are on the verge of collapsing. u.s. diplomats are working to restore communication. >> reporter:
ABC
Sep 11, 2010 11:30pm EDT
to celebrate jazz in arlington. thousands of people gathered in gateway park for the jazz festival. and number of artists performed, including an up-and-coming artists, and i was there as well. today marks its 20th year. >>> such a gorgeous day. we got really lucky. everyone enjoyed the festival. >> lots of sunshine. at the kennedy center with the open house. celebrating mexico. looking outside at this hour, clear skies, the wind picking up just zero little bit. this is a head of the cold front that will bring cloud cover and much-needed rain to most of the region for the early morning hours into tomorrow morning. by game time tomorrow, clearing conditions. at this hour, the weatherbug network, 70 degrees in the district, high of 80 degrees. 70 herndon. accident, maryland, 58 degrees, almost 0.1 inches of rain. here is the latest on hurricane igor, sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, making a category one. over the coming days, we're looking at the storm to intensify into a strong hurricane. the cold front we have right now, looks like it will deflect things off the coast. still
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 4:30am EDT
ongoing. arlington, fairfax, montgomery, mid-60s. 60s to 70s on the eastern shore. out of the mountains of west virginia, temperatures there are near 60. over the last 12 hours, the bulk of the heavier rain fell north of washington in pennsylvania. they hadevere weather. new york city, they're getting that there. long island, heavy downpours and strong winds. for, we'll have some sunine. afternoon highs into the low 80s. and increasing sunshine by late afterno. great weather for all the games. partly cloudy sunday, mid-80s. good wther for the skins game sunday afternoon. how is our traffic, ashley? >> well, od morning. we are starting you off with a big problem. outer loop is shut down between connecticut avenue and 355. this is the headlights on connecticut area. it happened in the 10:00 ho overnight. hazm spill. they're still cleaning it up. no delaproblems exi right now b traffic is light. this is going to be a big issue for beltway drivers. back to you. >>> thanks ve much, ashley. >>> for the first time two of the discovery channel employees spoke out about their four hour ordeal. t
NBC
Sep 29, 2010 4:30am EDT
are in danger of losing control of the housend senate. >>> immigration rights supporters want arlington county police to stop sharing criminal and immigration story of people in custody. it violates the rights of those here legally and undocumented. board member walter tejada said there are beliefs it will lead to distrust in the community. >> we never had a say on the matter. so today we are asking. >>> virginia implemented the program earlier this year. >>> well, the u.s. senate is proposing a new bipartisan bill th would hold arlington national cemetery in fixing errors in burial records. it requires the army the right past errors and reach out to family members of those buried at arlington. a congressional hearing last month revealed 6,600 graves might be mis marked or mislabeled. >>> senators proposed aing manually operated shutoff valves and doubling the numr of inspectors after the massive explosion no san bruno, california earlier this month. it killed eight people and destroyed dozens of homes. an the cause of that explosion is still unclear. >>> to maryland now. work to itall acousti
CBS
Sep 6, 2010 7:00pm EDT
. that includes the city of alexandria, arlington, fairfax, loudoun and prince william counties. fairfax county is the largest school system in the area, with more than 170,000 kids. and some are heading back to construction sites. beechwood elementary in falls church is undergoing a major expansion. the principal said the whole thing will be worth it in the end when they have a brand spanking new facility. for students it's a mixture of anxiety and excitement. >> who is excited? >> i don't have to do football every day. >> so you're tired of football? and you're exciting about homework and reading and writing and math? >> no. >> well hopefully most kids have thur supplies to go for backpacks. but some families waited until the last minute. we found some frustrated shoppers leaving stores empty handed. >> reporter: the countdown to the school bell underway, it was a last ditch effort to buy supplies. >> i went into the store to just get composition notebooks and pencils and there aren't any. >> were you shocked? >> yes. i was very shocked. >> reporter: his mom said it's a good thing, that's the
CBS
Sep 13, 2010 12:00pm EDT
fisher spent the morning in arlington where fans were waking up to a new era. >> redskins fans maybe sleep deprive rifed this monday but feeling good after the win over the cowboys. check out the front page of the "washington post." it reads win is as good as gold. redskins new era under coach shanahan begins with a victory. >> it was exciting to start the season with a win and a new coach, new season, new time. >> reporter: a new quarterback. >> right, a new quarterback. >> reporter: skins fans were celebrating overbreakfast at bob and edith's diner in arlington. >> he was great last night. i'm very excited about the new coach. we have the fire back in portis ' belly again. i love to see portis doing so well. >> reporter: sydney fisher is eating breakfast with her husband. the only problem she is a redskins fan and he is a cowboys fan. >> we are generally nice to each other about it and we don't tease too much. if the over team does well we are willing to acknowledge it. >> are you willing to concede anything on how her team played last night? >> they won with trick plays at the end
NBC
Sep 7, 2010 6:00am EDT
george's and fairfax and arlington and montgomery counties. crescent moon beginning to rise in the eastern sky. in the mountains, western maryland and west virginia, many locations chilly, near 50 there. high pressure over the region giving us plenty of sunshine today and a southerly breeze should warm us into the upper 80s by mid afternoon. not very humid. tomorrow, partly cloudy, midday clouds might produce a passing shower and blustery afternoon wind and cooler weather thursday and friday as the sun returns. ashley, how's the tuesday traffic now? >> i come bearing good news out of virginia. the beltway is wide open heading up towards 50 and 66. along 95, you do have company as you make your way leaving the prince william parkway towards route 1 seems to be the worse of it. this is the pace and the headlights may throw you off, they are at the posted speed limit there's a lot of drivers there. 270 southbound is starting to stack up, not terrible but definitely slow from 109 to the truck scales and after that, no problems. around the beltway, we are rolling problem free rig
NBC
Sep 20, 2010 5:00pm EDT
of arlington shothim after the doctor delivered news of his mother's condition. after shooting him, pardus shot a killed his mother before turning the gun on himself. >>> university of maryland community is once again on edge tonight after a sixth armed robbe was reported near the campus. the attacks started in early august. the most recent one happened sunday morning in a parking lot off route 1. egan mcgrath is there with a warning from police. >> reporter: the parking lot is well lit and not exactly off the beaten path. but that did not stop the suspects. early sunday morning, police say three men jumped their victim from behind. assaulted him and robbed him in the paing lot of the college park shopping center. the crime is the latest in a string of robberies. there have been six such crimes since august8. >> every time, i'm justshocked and somehow, it hasn't really sunk in to me that this is a reality for us in this community. >> unfortunately not surprising because people have, criminals realize this is where students come through. at night, they may not be completely sober. they're vulner
FOX
Sep 16, 2010 9:00am EDT
. >>> it was a summer of discontent for many military families with news of widespread burial blunders at arlington national cemetery. fax 5 spoke with the family of one arlington marine to see if their son was in the wrong grave. it was unearthed to see whether he was part of the disturbing statistic. bob barnard has the story. >> reporter: visiting arlington from their home in canton, ohio. scott and melissa warner have just identified the remains of their 19-year-old heath. he was killed by a roadside bomb in iraq four years ago. he was buried with full military honors. but was he resting in peace where the army said he was. >> it was honoring heath and making sure that he had the digity to be dured where we were told he was buried. >> reporter: it turns out this was his final resting place, positively identified by this tattoo on his arm. but arlington recently found three others buried in the wrong grave. >> to have something like this happening, it is horrifying. and it's really inexcusable. >> reporter: the discrepancies coming to light in this inspector general's report released in june. >>
FOX
Sep 16, 2010 10:00pm EDT
hopkins hospital. tonight we've learned the gunman and his mother lived in arlington. fox 5 is working all the angles on this story and begin with bob barnard live at the hospital. >> reporter: tonight the johns hopkins hospital is reportedly back operating as usual, but this place was chaotic during the midday. for a little more than two hours thursday one of the nation's most prestigeous hospitals became an uncertain crime scene with shots fired inside baltimore's johns hopkins hospital. >> it's scary just knowing that someone is on the outside on a rampage with a gun in a hospital where we're supposed to be protected. >> reporter: baltimore police say just after 11 a.m. a doctor was shot in the hallway on the eighth floor. the alleged gunman, so not of a female patient originally -- the son of a female patient originally identified as warren davis. >> mr. davis was receiving some news about the care and the condition of his mother just outside the doorway to that room when he became emotionally distraught. >> reporter: police say mr. davis was actually paul warren pardus, age 50 of arli
CBS
Sep 13, 2010 5:00am EDT
that there are a lot of redskins fans talking this morning. we sent kristin fisher out to arlington to check out the mood. have you found anyone who's still up from the celebration? >> i don't think that anyone is up since last night's game, except i did find one person. she's a rate waitress here at won's diner in arlington. what is your name. >> brigitte. >> you have been here since 11:00 last night. what did you think of the game? >> i was really excited. really hoping they would pull it off and they did. >> how do you think the redskins played? did they live up to your expectations or exceed them? >> they exceeded them. i was hoping for what i saw, so yea. >> bridge jet was telling me just before we went live here that if you look around here you can see back here this is actually a cowboys hot spot. they have a could you byes clock in here. a cowboys poster. apparently the owner's son is a big fan of the cowboys but brigitte said she held down the fort last night. what was it like during the game? did you have to defend the redskins? >> not really. it was pretty empty. i think they were at
CBS
Sep 16, 2010 5:00pm EDT
-hour standoff here in baltimore at johns hopkins hospital is over. the gunman, paul warren curtis of arlington, virginia and his mother are both dead. the wounded doctor is still in the operating room but expected to survive. reporting live from baltimore, andrea mccarran, 9 news now, back to you. >> andrea, what have you learned about security at the hospital? >> reporter: well that's an interesting question. hospital administrators, after the virginia tech shooting, say they felt compelled to look into security here. we're going to take a look at that at 6:00 because it applies to most hospitals in our area. no magnetometers, we'll take a look at what is in place and what has been considered and what is realistic here at johns hopkins for a hospital that has more than 80,000 visitors a week. also coming up at 6:00, we'll talk to a man who first learned his sister, who is working in the hospital, was in this chaos by her facebook posting later -- again that's coming up tonight at 6:00. >> andrea, thank you so much. >>> a district heights man slammed his car into an ambulance, killing himself
ABC
Sep 9, 2010 4:30am EDT
this video of fire fighters in arlington, texas pulling a woman to safety and dramatic video as well from dallas of a tornado forming and then tearing apart a section of a rail yard. look at this. at least one person was hurt when that twister slammed a truck into a ware highways. that funnel -- warehouse. >> wildfires in colorado are burning out of control for a third day and four are still missing. it destroyed at least 136 homes so far. that means it is the most destructive series of wildfires in colorado history. resident a number of residents did not evacuate instead staying behind to try to save their homes. dramatic pictures from silver spring spring after a bus erupted in flames. an abc 7 assignment editor captured these pictures of the scene in front of the discovery channel building. firefighters extinguished the flame minutes aste ignited. no one was hurt. >> the west and mcpherson square stations will be closed. these closures will last from friday october 8 until 10:00 p.m. until tuesday, at 5:00 a.m.. they will be making safety upgrades at that time. free shuttle buses will
ABC
Sep 9, 2010 6:00pm EDT
missing. more than 100 people had to be rescued from the high water. an apartment complex in arlington, firefighters turned their ladders into bridges to rescue dozens of people and a few family pets. >> it came so fast and everybody kept asking why i did not leave. it came in a blink of an eye. >> all of this from tropical storm hermine which came three days ago. >> and the remnants are being felt all the way to missouri because of flooding. so far, no injuries or damage reported. >> nothing like that around here. pretty dry. >> we definitely need rain. we have a chance of getting a few showers on sunday, but that is about it. meanwhile, more of this beautiful stuff. we will enjoy it while it lasts. a few high, thin clouds. tonight, it very clear and cool evening ahead. 76 degrees after a high of 79 in arlington. 75 in lexington park. mary's county, a high of 77. pretty much right on the button for wary we should be in september. -- where we should be in september. weeds are the star attraction and a believe it is the ragweed that is the biggest contributor to the alisyn account today
ABC
Sep 12, 2010 11:35pm EDT
people from participating in this morning's triathlon. robert wade of arlington crossed the finish line first. he finished the race in 1 hour and 57 minutes. >>> remember may 19? >> yes, i do. >> that was a chilly day. it has been a long time. it has been a very long hot summer. we had rain earlier this morning. the skies had cleared and the fog is beginning to roll in. you can see it selling around the capitol building. it could cause delays as you head off to work or school. you want to take an extra few minutes. we have three stops for you this morning. it is 63 degrees in washington, d.c. it is 65 degrees with almost half an inch of rain. there was almost a whole and to rein in arlington. reagan national is well below average for this time of year with 73 degrees after a morning low of 64 degrees. temperatures were cool to the north. there are warmer temps to the south of us. skies are clearing out nicely. that will allow the fog to develop in the early morning hours. by noon time, there will be lots of sunshine and temperatures well into the 70's and the lower-80's. allegheny, wash
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 6:00pm EDT
in that case today. >>> new problems at arlington national cemetery. " >>> is he a civilized icon not? >>> and i am of rye and at the belfort furniture think about the internet. growing, evolving, literally transforming our lives. now imagine the possibilities of what tomorrow could bring. at at&t, we support a core set of standards that will guide the internet into the future... to protect users, and reward innovators, for years to come. we support a fair and open internet - affordable and accessible to everyone. transparent networks, managed in ways that are clear to all users. we support the fcc's plan to bring high-speed internet to everyone in america by 2020. and we are committed to keeping the internet working, as the economic engine that's creating jobs now. working together, investing, keeping information and ideas flowing freely, we can ensure that the internet will continue to grow and influence the future... in ways we can only imagine. because the future has always been our business. at&t. >>> police say it was a tragic accident, a prince george's county police cruiser st
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 4:30am EDT
through the windows. heavy rainfall. tonight and through the day tomorrow. arlington is 58 degrees. hagerstown 56. hyattsville 61. very comfortable and dry air. late day showers cannot be ruled out. more on the forecast coming up. >> a pretty good start to the morning rush hour. overnight construction on the beltway in virginia. on the virginia side, good at 66. this camera is revealing traffic on the 270. pretty good right now. now back to you. >> breaking news. a five-year at an apartment in northwest washington. crews are on the scene on the third 100 block of 16th street. three people have suffered burns. no word on the extent of the injuries. a crew is on the way. we will bring you more details as soon as we get them. >>> the hunt for a killer and the neighbor -- neighborhood on a large. >> a drive-by shooting in broad daylight. it happened at a busy use street corridor. we have the hard pricking reaction from one of the victims. >> good morning. police have been searching the neighborhood and working overnight continuing the search for suspects after violence erupted outside
Univision
Sep 21, 2010 11:00pm EDT
guapachoso para que mas hispanos participen en arlington virginia jose angel aguirre gratoron noticia para mi tenia aprobacion de la llamada ley de ensueno, pero hoy los senadores mayormente republicanos precipitaron la suspencion del debate... fernando pizarro trae las reacciones de este nuevo reves....... el dream act debera seguir esperando, luego de que el senado rechazara proseguir con el debate sobre 1 proyecto de ley de defensa que habria incluido esa propuesta migratoria. jovenes que se habrian beneficiado con el dream act habian traido al senado miles de peticiones para pedir la aprobacion de la medida. "los senadores estan sorprendidos y nos dicen que antes era 10 a 1, por cada 10 llamadas de los antiinmigrantes era 1 de las personas que apoyaban cualquier ley de inmigracion. ahora nosotros le estamos ganando a los anti-inmigrantes y nuestra gente esta organizada." pero la fuerte movilizacion de estudiantes y organizaciones para incluir el dream act dentro de 1 proyecto de ley de gastos del departamento de defensa no fue suficiente, y por 56-
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 6:00am EDT
area. 59 in arlington -- 69. near 90 degrees this afternoon with a few scattered clouds. not very humid. tomorrow will be a lot like this. a few more chances of rain let much later in the week. >>> 95 and 66 in virginia heating up. 395 in good stead from the belt way to the 14th street bridge. southbound on 270, more neighbors in the roads. if nothing between the american legion bridge and the wilson bridge on the maryland side. looks good through cheverly. 95, baltimore washington parkway quiet. route 4 and route 5, a bus is rolling out. let's show you the approach into a germantown, 270 looks good qasab carolee boulevard -- looks good at father hurley. >>> courtney robinson is live along 270 in rockville. >> traffic is picking up. we have seen quite a few cars on the roads. if things will get worse as more kids go back to school and workers go back to work. get ready to hit the bricks and the gridlock. >> it is part of living in the city. >> today is expected to be one of the worst traffic delays in the metro region. back from vacation. >> terrible traffic tuesday was the name
ABC
Sep 10, 2010 6:00am EDT
's. 61 in arlington -- that is actually at reagan national. 55 in vienna. all the way up to the upper 70's with a lot of sunshine today. a few showers saturday night through the first half of sunday up to a half-inch of rain is possible. >>> very busy right now. let's begin with the beltway in virginia. northbound side of 495 there's a crash after 66 but prior to the leesburg pike exit. delays expected to grow leaving on arlington boulevard, two right lanes blocked. d.c. 295 has a crash prior to the 11th street bridge. now to newschopper 7 invalid, flying over the beltway near the land of eide. american legion bridge looks good. back to you. >> thank you. >>> a florida pastor is flip- floping on his plan to burn copies of the koran tomorrow. pastor terry jones has ignored pleas from around the globe as well as from the white house not to burn the qur'an to mark the anniversary of september 11. now he's telling abc news that he has been duped and betrayed. now the latest from arlington. >> president obama and top military brass will come to the pentagon tomorrow to remembe
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